Topping tiles

The tube-lining technique of decorating tiles produces impressive results, yet is surprisingly simple to master. Between 17 and 24 February (excluding Sunday 18) tile workshops at Jackfield Tile Museum allow participants to use this time-honoured technique to create their own designs with a choice of colours. Tiles cost from £5 each and can be fired and sent home later for a small extra charge to cover postage and packing. The sessions start from 10am, but allow up to 1½ hours to decorate your tile; last admission is at 2.30pm. Admission or a Museum Passport is required as well as the cost of the session. Visit ironbridge.org.uk for details.

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